house-mistress love

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  • Mrs. Girard is house-mistress there, and her word is law.

    Haven

  • Mrs. Girard is house-mistress there, and her word is law.

    Haven

  • Mrs. Girard is house-mistress there, and her word is law.

    Haven

  • Mrs. Girard is house-mistress there, and her word is law.

    Haven

  • Mrs. Girard is house-mistress there, and her word is law.

    Haven

  • Mrs. Girard is house-mistress there, and her word is law.

    Haven

  • During the day-time the large matted area under the roof has no divisions, and groups of travellers and magos lie about, for every one who has toiled up either side of Kurumatoge takes a cup of “tea with eating,” and the house-mistress is busy the whole day.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • This is a large yadoya, very full of strangers, and the house-mistress, a buxom and most prepossessing widow, has a truly exquisite hotel for bathers higher up the hill.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • All the girls 'bedrooms or dormitories were in the four towers, and there was a house-mistress in charge of each one, and also a matron.

    The Second Form at Malory Towers

  • She had been their form-mistress when they had been in the first form, and was still their house-mistress, for she was in charge of North Tower, in which they slept.

    The Second Form at Malory Towers

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